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Packages in unstable/arm64 tested in the last 24h for build reproducibility

reproducible icon 4226 packages (14.5% of 29054) failed to build reproducibly in total, 25 (22.9% of 109) of them in the last 24h in unstable/arm64:

ruby-grib r-cran-assertthat r-cran-mapdata gocryptfs# r-cran-praise oar aircrack-ng r-cran-pscl prometheus-node-exporter r-cran-mda r-cran-promises prometheus-apache-exporter ceilometer i2p nginx ghc-testsuite fonttools owfs postfix gnome-documents dune insserv r-cran-cubature montage r-cran-readr

reproducible icon 979 packages (3.4% of 29054) failed to build from source in total, 6 (5.5% of 110) of them in the last 24h in unstable/arm64:

golang-1.10 cockpit python-bumps libvirt# rapmap android-platform-art

reproducible icon 174 packages (0.6% of 29054) failed to satisfy their build-dependencies, 10 (9.1% of 110) of them in the last 24h in unstable/arm64:

otb flightgear qcumber spades appstream-generator beagle cross-toolchain-base win32-loader pilon salmon

reproducible icon 23317 packages (80.3% of 29054) successfully built reproducibly in total, 67 (60.9% of 110) of them in the last 24h in unstable/arm64:

tennix+ golang-procfs popplerkit.framework netkit-tftp libfiu libopendbx hovercraft xfce4-smartbookmark-plugin libpmount creoleparser i3pystatus ufolib2 libdist-zilla-plugin-readmefrompod-perl libmoosex-types-email-perl cu2qu khal# astroscrappy mutter te923con python-barbicanclient wmhdplop onionshare ruby-sidekiq texify python-virtualenv imagej python-glanceclient libjlatexmath-java python-oslo.config wfuzz stress-ng netkit-rwho imexam pytest-sugar astlib debian-edu-config defcon autopkgtest sunpy gosa gnome-characters gnome-settings-daemon ruby-typhoeus dbconfig-common libfixbuf xpad python-fs meson soapsnp c-blosc# python-whisper opensm calamares-settings-debian ent dh-fortran-mod streamtuner2 puppet-module-cloudkitty pixman bart phpunit pyjwt mp3val tvc pyqt5chart syndie slick-greeter gringo

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